All posts tagged: radzionkow

Schermata 2015-12-28 alle 17.20.26

Breakfast workshop

At the end of november the youngest children of our school with their teachers came up with the idea of creating some healthy recipes for breakfast. It wasn’t too long before they launched their idea into practice. They have made pancakes with bananas and grapes, sandwiches with lots of vegetables, yoghurt with fruit and muesli and a vegetable juice. They have also produced this lovely a poster for the school community to present their work.

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Erasmus + day at school

In order for the school community to get to know better all partners that we cooperate with and the arouse interest to our project, on Friday 27th november we have prepared some special activities and presentations for the school community and the parents of our children. We began with presentations of every partner country. Each class had to present the country that they drawn 4 weeks earlier. Therefore, we had 6 classes presenting 6 partner countries. Each presentation lasted for about 10 to 15 minutes. The presentations consisted of a large poster, artifacts form the partber country, national emblems, power point presentations, photos and videos, basic information, some popular dances and of course food from the partner country we had a great time taking part in these presentations. At the end we also ran a quiz about partner countries basic information and had a tasting party with music. All in all it was a great time. Special thanks for all the classes, students and teachers and their commitment and devotion in preparing and performing their …


First mobility – Radzionkow, Poland

The first mobility of FoodPassport Project took place in Radzionkow, Poland, from 26th to 29th january 2015. The goal of this first meeting was to introduce each other for the first time, to explain every partner’s different and complementary backgrounds and work, and, of course, to precisely discuss our future work together in this exciting project. Our first visit was the visit to Guido Mine, a colliery that was set up in 1855 south of Zabrze in the then emerging mining region of Upper Silesia. It descend to a depth of 320 metres, making it the deepest visitor mine in Europe.   The mine goes below until 320 m and it has three layers. You can reach the levels via a “Berlin” hoisting machine from 1927 (with a 560kW DC motor), which transports visitors to the levels of 170m and 320m below the ground.   On the second day of our mobility, we started working on the project and discuss the schedule and the work to be done. We also visited the school Zespół Szkół …